Protectionism: Although trade generally benefits a country as a whole, powerful interests within countries frequently put obstacles--i.e., they seek to inhibit free trade. There are several ways this can be done:
Tariff barriers: A duty, or tax or fee, is put on products imported. This is usually a percentage of the cost of the good.
Quotas: A country can export only a certain number of goods to the importing country. For example, Mexico can export only a certain quantity of tomatoes to the United States, and Asian countries can send only a certain quota of textil…
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